An elegantly understated 3 storey town house looking in a westerly direction over extensive grounds. Kitchen and dining room, large lounge, three bedrooms (master bedroom en suite and bathroom. Own paved patio area. Parking. Communal gardens. EPC rating: C70
SUMMARY An elegantly understated town house to the western edge of this popular community with its own terrace and positioned to enjoy a westerly aspect, looking out over the extensive grounds. The accommodation, over three storeys, includes: kitchen and dining room, large lounge, three bedrooms (master bedroom with en suite shower room) and bathroom. Own paved patio area. Parking. Extensive communal gardens for use by residents.
SITUATION At Talygarn Country Park you can lead a vibrant social life with friends, enjoying sports like Tennis and Equestrian enthusiasts may like to take advantage of the facilities available at the nearby Talygarn Riding Centre.
Less strenuously you can simply enjoy the peace and sanctuary of the landscaped gardens, go walking through the surrounding parkland and Talygarn lake, or take advantage of designed picnic areas.
Keen golfers will, no doubt, look forward to playing a few rounds at the nearby Vale of Glamorgan Hotel at Hensol, which also offers a first class fitness gym and swimming pool.
The Village of Talygarn is situated just beyond the northern boundary of the Vale of Glamorgan, between the Town of Cowbridge and the Village of Pontyclun. Development Access to main routes both east and west can be gained via the M4 motorway at junction 34 or the A48 at Cowbridge. The important Commercial Centres of Cardiff, Bridgend and Swansea are all within convenient commuting distance. There are main-line rail services at Cardiff and Bridgend and local Pontyclun station is within a mile with an International Airport at Rhoose, Near Barry.
The local Village of Pontyclun includes good everyday shopping facilities, with more comprehensive retail and commercial outlets being available at Llantrisant, where out-of-Town Stores include Leekes and Arthur Llewellyn Jenkins. The Market Town of Cowbridge offers an excellent range of quality shops, restaurants and public houses, a leisure centre, various sporting clubs and well regarded schools. The Heritage coastline lies to the south west, with its beautiful cliff top walks and mixture of sandy and stony beaches.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY * An elegantly understated town house, to the western edge of this community
* Entrance porch opens to ground floor hallway with cloakroom, store cupboard and staircase
* Wooden floor to the hall extends into the dining room with kitchen beyond. Also ground floor cloakroom.
* Dining room occupies a great spot with double doors opening to a west-facing patio area enjoying a westerly aspect
* Kitchen itself includes a very good range of units with granite-topped surfaces and appliances to remain including: gas hob, electric oven, fully integrated fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine
* To the first floor is a bedroom, currently used as a home study, and a large lounge
* The lovely, light lounge has a window to the southern elevation and an especially deep square bay window to the front positioned, like the dining room, to enjoy a westerly aspect looking out over the grounds of Talygarn Manor
* To the second floor are two double bedrooms, both with built in wardrobes.
* The larger, master bedroom, has additional fitted wardrobes and its own contemporary en suite shower room (new, 2019)
* There is, in addition, a modern family bathroom with shower over bath and a large airing cupboard
GARDENS AND GROUNDS * Own paved patio accessed from French doors from the kitchen-dining room
* Positioned to enjoy a westerly aspect, looking towards the grounds of Talygarn Manor
* Adjacent area of lawn, screened from the path by waist-high hedging
* Designated car parking space close by; numerous visitor parking spaces
* Owners enjoy shared use of the parkland setting
* Including extensive lawned and woodland gardens, lake walks, barbeque area etc.
* Owners also have use of certain rooms and communal areas within the Manor House, including a snooker room and library.
TENURE AND SERVICES All mains services connect to the property. Gas-fired 'combi' central heating with Hive control system.
Leasehold (999 years from 1 Jan 2002). 982 years remaining.
Leaseholders are required to pay an annual Service Charge contribution of approximately £1900, which includes the cost of buildings insurance, lighting, security, parkland maintenance, tennis courts and cleaning of communal areas and external windows.
A Sinking Fund contribution of approximately £650 per annum covers non-regular repairs and maintenance of Talygarn Manor, Western Courtyard, private roads and Parkland. These charges can be paid monthly or biannually, depending on Leaseholder preference
DIRECTIONS From our Offices travel along High Street in an easterly direction towards the Traffic Lights and take the left hand turn for Aberthin / Llantrisant. Continue along this road for around 4½ miles, travelling through Ystradowen. Upon reaching Talygarn take the right hand turning through the gates into Talygarn Manor and Country Park. Continue into Talygarn, bearing right just before the Gatehouse and follow the road in front of Talygarn Manor. Proceed to the far, western end of the development, to find the designated parking for 10 Western Courtyard. A path leads from here to the entrance doorway.
PROCEEDS OF CRIME ACT 2002 Watts & Morgan LLP are obliged to report any knowledge or reasonable suspicion of money laundering to NCA (National Crime Agency) and should such a report prove necessary may be precluded from conducting any further work without consent from NCA.